If you enjoy finding creative solutions for how people use and experience space, then this could be the career for you.

Take your talent for creating inviting spaces and the hours you’ve spent trawling through Pinterest and Homestyle Magazine and turn them into a career in interior design.  

This field is much more specialised than simply rearranging furniture. You’ll learn how to develop creative ways for people to interact with their environment, as well as aesthetic and functional solutions for residential interior design.  

NMIT offers a one-year Diploma in Interior Design (Residential), which will provide you with a comprehensive foundation in interior design with a specific focus on residential spaces. 

Architectural drawing using industry-relevant software programmes, construction and materials, and design principles are just some of the skills you’ll have on completing study in this creative field. 

Graduates will be well-equipped to work as consultants for established companies in the interior design space, or you could take your skills and knowledge and start your own business. 

If you enjoy finding creative solutions for how people use and experience space, then this could be the career for you. 

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